Jacqueline Salgado AGUIRRE

April 1, 1940December 25, 2020

Jacqueline Salgado Aguirre, 80, of Indianapolis passed away December 25, 2020. She was born in Cuernavaca Morelos Mexico and became a United States Citizen May 1995. She loved to watch the Indianapolis Colts and the El America Soccer Team. She also liked to cook. She retired from Wishard Hospital in 2002 where she was an Equipment Technician in Central Supply. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Aguirre in 2000.

Jacqueline is survived by her brother Arturo Salgado Meza; her daughter Andrea Wood and her husband Jim; and her granddaughter Sarah.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, December 29, 2020 at St. Simon The Apostle Catholic Church, 8155 Oaklandon Road, Indianapolis, Indiana. Visitation will be at the church on Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. until the Mass. Burial will follow in Our Lady of Peace Cemetery in Indianapolis.


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, December 29, 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Tuesday, December 29, 2020


Jacqueline Salgado AGUIRRE

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Israel Salgado

January 1, 2021

Descansa en paz Tía, siempre estarás en mu corazón, ahora ya estas con mi tío Juan te mando un gran abrazo

Nancy Morrow

December 28, 2020

Jackie and John were two of the sweetest people I have ever known. I am fortunate to have made your acquaintance while working at Wishard (Respiratory Department). You will both forever remain in my heart. My condolences to the family.

Mike Wood

December 27, 2020

I will always remember Jackie for her friendly smile, her peaceful nature, and fun loving spirit. I will miss the special occasions I shared with you. It was always fun to catch up and hear stories from her exciting and full life. Loved your cooking! May you find everlasting peace with Jesus. - Mike


December 27, 2020

Andrea, Jim , Sarah and Arturo

We are deeply sorry to hear the passing of La Sra. Jaque. She always beamed when asked about her family. We will always remember Jaque and Juan by the big gatherings our families shared.
Words fall short of expressing our sadness.

With heartfelt sympathy,
The Herrera Family~ Margie, Melva, Sam
and Richard & Lauren Lay

Marguerite Herrera

December 27, 2020

Andrea, Jim, Sarah, and Arturo

My heart is heavy to hear of my Comadre's passing. We shared more than 45 years of friendship. She was a proud/ devoted mother de mi ahijada, Andrea. I will miss the conversations we had over the years but I am thankful for the time we had. "God you know the graces you gave her and the grace she was for so many. "
"Que Descanse en la Paz de Dios, Comadre"

Antoinette Ochoa

December 26, 2020

Jackie always made me feel at home

Suri y Pedro From Puebla, México

December 26, 2020

Our hearts were broken when we heard about this terrible news. October will never be the same for us in México, we are going to miss Doña Jaque so much. May her soul rest in peace by the hand of God. Andrea, Sara and Jim recieve a hug from our family.

Yamil Cebada Castillo

December 26, 2020

i will always remember her voice telling me "eres muy callado". May God have him in his glory,
Rest In Piece.

Familia Cebada Castillo

December 26, 2020

Su partida inesperada ha dejado un gran vacío, dolor y tristeza en nosotros, siempre la recordaremos como una persona alegre y sencilla, así como las largas pláticas que tuvimos cuando visitaba su amado y querido México, el cual añoraba siempre. Descanse en paz Doña Jaque, ya está con Dios. Reciban un gran abrazo Andrea, Sara, Don Arturo y Jim, saben que los queremos, Dios les de fortaleza para soportar tanto dolor.

Marco Cebada Jr

December 26, 2020

I haven’t never thought that moment arrived.
Since I was a child, I always wait her arrived to her house in Puebla, with her brother Arturo, because in the evenings, we'll be drinking coffee, and laughing a lot of her jokes or stories. Now, it’s going to change a bit.
It hurts, but I’ll remember her with a lot of love and respect.
I send my condolences to the Wood family and the Mr. Arturo Salgado.
With love from Mexico.